grandiosity


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something meriting the highest praise or regard

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To some extent these differences may be related to higher Grandiosity and Impression Management scores on the SAI among first-year students, but is unlikely to account for the magnitude of these consistent differences.
Four patients were previous nonresponders to ECT None of the subjects had bipolar activation symptoms such as grandiosity at baseline, according to Dr.
He said: "You've got a man here who's arrogant, manipulative and has a lot of grandiosity which we see from his Facebook phrase 'I'm not perfect, just awesome'.
LOS ANGELES, July 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Kerry Degman has been cast as Terry Sullivan, the lead role in the post-Afghanistan family drama, The Five Sullivans, that is being produced by Douglas Lowell 's Grandiosity Films and Paul Martin.
A video produced by ZKIV1 to accompany the installation showed visitors how they might interact with the works, and illustrated (perhaps accidentally) the humor resulting from the modesty of the works' form and use contrasted with their grandiosity in installation; it featured several actors interacting with the art, slowly and in chorus.
London's quirky mayor Boris Johnson was left hanging from a zip wire during a stunt on Wednesday, after his attempt at grandiosity left him dangling in a suit and helmet with two Union Jacks in tow, asking for a rope to climb down.
The personality trait is characterized by an inflated sense of self-importance, overestimations of uniqueness, and a sense of grandiosity.
We have the grandiosity of Pink Floyd and the energy of the Sex Pistols.
But the Ferris wheel with its whopping total of six seats lacks the grandiosity of the county or state fairs.
I tend to grandiosity and absurdity, petulance and pride when my work is challenged" - Rock star Pete Townshend.
But don't worry, winning the Mercury hasn't brought on an attack of grandiosity.
Despite the lack of violin threatening to undermine their kaleidoscopic vision - their music is a canvas of opulence and grandiosity, twisted into something hugely potent and captivating - the Danish collective overcame such obstacles comfortably.
It is gratifying that the master plan has avoided any hint of grandiosity, a credit to the common sense of the diverse stakeholders involved in the planning.
Davies' latest incarnation of "Doctor Who" is how it takes the best parts of the previous series, and ramps it up just a bit -- every episode, no matter how big or small, feels apocalyptically urgent, yet genially self-mocking of its own grandiosity.